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used. >> tax donations have skyrocketed. to give $10 pho the red cross, dial 90111 and sit send. but uchino says some cares are waiting for customers poo pay their bill before doling out the money. and he sated a petition on change.org to stop the delay. with nearly 50,000 signatures. >> they have already done this before. they did this in haiti, what is the difference? it's a siege lar crisis. >> wrote this let tore sprint, at&t, verison and t mobile and said, guaranteeing funds, their donations are having an immediate impact, but also ensure that donations are rushed to those most in need. we heard back from two of the carriers. sprint bark goes out to the people in japan. we are working with our partners and relief organizations to be as responsive as possible to meet current and future needs emanating from this disaster. at&t is expediting in order to get the donations to the red cross as soon as possible. he has friends and family in japan and says the petition is working. >> it's pretty remarkable how many people cared about it. >> at&t says they collected and dispursed
. passport lines long and airports jammed. thursday the u.s. government offered to evacuate u.s. citizens. >> i'm concerned because i really doesn't know the situation about the radiation. it keeps changing. >> reporter: many japanese are fleeing the stricken northeast region and moving to shelters like this one in the northwest. here they found a place on the floor to sleep and a little bit of food. but the misery from the original disaster still hangs heavy over much of japan. new video of the tsunami shows the terror the water rushed higher and relief as neighbors rescued neighbors. thank you, this woman says. i thought i was going to die. japan's top government spokesman says the country is now willing to accept help from the u.s. military in tackling the nuclear crisis and are examining exactly what next action step to take. >>> detecting a plume of radioactive particles over the pacific ocean tonight from japan and tiny particles are already falling in the bay area. this as public health officials down play a plume descending on california. that plume is being monitored by stations
the u.s. is gearing up for possible military action in libya. >> tonight, the pentagon is moving american forces into the regions. charlie reports in a tv interview today, moammar gadhafi showed some serious signs of dilutions. >> protests in libya's capital. several hundred demonstrators gathered for a march before pro government fighters chased them away. the protesters left behind their message for moammar gadhafi to leave. in geneva, they had the same message, that gadhafi must go and he should be held accountable. >> these universal rights are unacceptable and will not be tolerated. >> slapped a libyan government with new sanctions, including an armed embargo. leaders are discussing a no fly zone over libya to prevent. >> our message to colonel gadhafi is simple, go now. >> gadhafi gave an interview to abc news. >> no inspiration. no, for what? they left me all with me. they left me all. >> for now, he has a firm grip on the capital. the government has been handing out cash to citizens to buy their support. while much of eastern libya is in rebel hands, the regime is
in the bay area, but how can we be so sure? robert lial shows us what is monitoring our skies. >> eight stories above ellis in san francisco, it quietly spins. and at first glance, it looks like a middle school science project, but don't be deceived. this 4-foot tall tin man is scanning bay area air for something deadly. >> beta particles, which are the results of decay and gama waves. >> that's what could be released if the core explodes. if the explosion is significant enough, they get picked up with the jet stream and could drop radiation rain here. >> but that's extremely unlikely that there would be any risk to folks in this country. the distance is simply so large. >> still, the bay area management dramatic says -- >> my understanding is, they may be putting out additional monitors for this particular incident. >> mobile monitors. where, how many, no one will say, but radiation fear 5,000 miles away is playing out in local pharmacies. >> they say they don't have it and that whole sailers don't have it. >> there's been a run on iodine pills. >> people are terrified, includ
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